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Yet, adopting the same lines of argument, I see no reason why cats should not prognosticate good as well as evil.
ANIMAL GHOSTSELLIOTT O'DONNELL
For no man was ever yet able to prognosticate of religion, or prophecy with the remotest degree of its future action.
Now as far as your love tangle appears to be, I should prognosticate—hear that word, Polly?
POLLY'S BUSINESS VENTURELILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY
To prognosticate the desired fertility of the union, cakes of sesame were distributed.
If we may believe Lilly, both he and Booker did conjure and prognosticate well for their friends the Parliament.
Often I have dreams at night, and these dreams prognosticate my future, warn me against dangers, and reveal to me secrets.
THE INFERNOAUGUST STRINDBERG
As to the French agreeing to the Smyrna proposal, I cannot prognosticate favourably.
If your enemies be fighting, while you sit still or sleep, it is easy to prognosticate who will have the victory.
The various appearances thus presented in the menstruum have been inferred to prognosticate atmospheric changes.
You have experienced lately something more than I prognosticate.
SYNONYM OF THE DAYAPRIL 23, 2021

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